Arkansas Spinal Cord Injury/Disability Conference
Friday, September 7, 2018
Pulaski Technical College in North Little Rock, AR
The Arkansas Spinal Cord Commission is pleased to announce that it will hold its biennial spinal cord injury/disability conference on Friday, September 7, 2018. The conference will be held in the Grand Hall of the Campus Center Building on the Pulaski Technical College North
Little Rock campus located at 3000 West Scenic Drive. (Google Maps link).
The 2018 Arkansas Spinal Cord Injury/Disability Conference is presented by Arkansas Spinal Cord Commission and Baptist Health.
This year’s conference features informative presentations by regional and model system experts, and exhibits from national, regional, and local exhibitors.
This conference will offer exciting presenters speaking on topics relevant to those living with a spinal cord injury or disability as well as every level of healthcare professional, including:
Registration is currently open and costs $60 for healthcare professionals and $20 for students. A small online convenience fee will apply. There is no cost to attend for ASCC clients and one family member or caretaker. However, clients, family members, or caretakers who wish to receive continuing education credit must pay to register as a healthcare professional. The conference will be held on Pulaski Technical College’s North Little Rock Campus (3000 West Scenic Drive) in the Campus Center Building - Grand Hall. For more information about the conference program, continuing education credit or contact hours, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your Agency/Organization would like to be a sponsor or exhibitor at the 2018 conference, please fill out the application found at the link below.
Vendor/Exhibitor space at this event is highly limited. Applications will be reviewed to select those vendors/exhibitors who are most closely aligned to stated conference outcomes. Reservations will be confirmed after a review of applications. Sponsors/Exhibitors/Vendors will be invoiced for the appropriate fee upon acceptance of their application.
Each year ASCC offers one or more educational conferences with national, state, and local experts providing the latest information on topics of interest to individuals who live with spinal cord disabilities, their families and rehabilitation providers. In addition to expert speakers with whom participants have the opportunity to meet and ask questions, the conferences include an exhibit hall with the latest technology including wheelchairs and other durable medical equipment as well as state and not-for-profit agencies who provide direct services to individuals with spinal cord disabilities and demonstrations of adapted sports, new technology, environmental modifications and other interest. Finally, the conferences provide an opportunity for participants to meet and share experiences and ideas with one another.